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“May I Offer You a Sherry?”

“If you could be — even briefly — one of your OWN characters… which character would you be? Why? For how long?” That’s easy. The women in my free-style poems are in sad situations, or at least, bittersweet ones. One … Continue reading

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W is for Writing

                                              A-Z Blogging for April                                                             by Jeff Salter              Well, actually, W is for Writing … and for Writers.             Writers are a strange breed, aren’t we?  Whether we produce non-fiction, articles, essays, short stories, poetry, children’s stories, YA, … Continue reading

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